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Kaien Anti-Poverty Society seeking community feedback

The Kaien Anti-Poverty Society hosting an open house April 3 from one to three p.m. at 567 McKay St. to seek input from the community.

Everyone is welcome as the group is seeking input for their strategic planning sessions. Residents are being asked to respond to these questions and let KAPS know your thoughts: What is KAPS doing well? What could KAPS do better? What do you think of when you hear the word KAPS?

The group’s email is kaps@citytel.net or family@citytel.net KAPS can be contacted at 250-627-5277 or at the free store for responses in writin

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